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Strong's #7079 - קְנָת
Kenath = “possession”
1) a city in Gilead east of the Jordan taken possession of by a certain Nobah and renamed in his own honour
קסם (√ of following; apparently originally divide, assign (deity), Arabic , divide, distribute, x. get a part allotted to oneself, especially by drawing lots [with headless arrows] at sanctuary (compare especially Ezekiel 21:26; Ezekiel 21:27; IV. swear; see also Ethiopic : IV. use divination, so ᵑ7קְסַם Syriac ; קִיסְמָא divination; see especially RS JPhil. xiii (1885), 276 ff, We Skizzen iii, 127f. 167; Heid. 2.132ff. Dr Deuteronomy 18:10)
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קְנָת (“possession”), [Kenath], pr.n. of a town in Auranitis, situated near Bostra, Numbers 32:42; 1 Chronicles 2:23 Gr. Κανάθα, Κανόθα, now called قنو ات see Relandi Palæstins p. 681. Burckhardt Travels in Syria, ed. Weimar, i. 157, 504.
Old Testament Hebrew Lexical Dictionary developed by Jeff Garrison for StudyLight.org.
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